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  • EPM Managing Solutions Architect for Financial Systems Consulting Firm - Overview: The Client is considered a trusted thought-leader and advisor to corporate finance in the EPM domain with over 1000 EPM implementation at 500+ clients through out the USA.  An Oracle Cloud Platinum partner for Hyperion, PBCS, HFM FCCS and Gold partner of OneStream Software for OneStream XF An Architect has More...
  • Hyperion DRM Data Sr Consultant Job Any USA City - DRM - Data Integration Job for A Premium Hyperion Implementation Consultancy ~ Any Major US City ~ Overview: This position will provide a lead consultative role in an effort to expedite the ROI, and maximize the effectiveness, of Enterprise Performance Management – EPM for Fortune 1000 clients.  In this role the More...
  • HFM Consultant Job in Dallas TX - HFM Sr. Consultant Job in Dallas TX Overview: In this role you will act as a business solution or technical systems expert from the client base, creating Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) and business intelligence (BI) solution visions and solutions that can be implemented over time.  The Ideal candidate will be More...
  • Hyperion Planning Essbase Sr. Consultant Job USA - A Hyperion/ Oracle Implementation consultancy in California has a job opening for a Sr. Hyperion Planning/ Essbase Consultant located in any U.S. city.  The ideal candidate will have  technical, business analysis and communication skills to join their growing consulting team. In this high-profile consultant position and you will work closely with their clients’ senior More...
  • HFM Architect Consultant Job in any USA City - Overview: A premium consultancy for Hyperion implementation services is seeking an HFM Solutions Architect/Consultant to join their practice. This leading position will provide an expert consultative component in the clients’ ongoing efforts to provide best practices and maximize the effectiveness, of their customers’ Enterprise Performance Management solutions with the Hyperion More...
  • HFM Architect Consultant Job in any USA City - Overview: A premium leading consulting provider of Hyperion implementation services is seeking an HFM Solutions Architect to join their practice. This leading position will provide an expert consultative component in the clients’ ongoing efforts to provide best practices and maximize the effectiveness, of their customers’ Enterprise Performance Management solutions with More...
  • HFM Architect Job in San Francisco - HFM Solutions Architect Job Opening with Financial Systems Consulting Firm (EPM) - Bay Area / SFO Overview: This position will provide an expert consultative component in our clients’ ongoing efforts to expedite the ROI, and maximize the effectiveness, of their business performance management and business intelligence solutions.  In this role you will act More...
  • Hyperion Systems Administrator – In Any US Location Remote Work - Overview:  A leading Hyperion EPM Systems Integration consultancy is seeking a Hyperion Solutions Administrator to join their team in and on going effort to support their client's Hyperion environment.  The client offer a competitive salary, great company culture & camaraderie,  a stellar management team, and career advancement for the right More...
  • Cloud EPM Sr Consultant Job Chicago Boston Dallas New York Atlanta -   Cloud/SaaS EPM Sr. Consultant Chicago Boston Dallas New York Atlanta   EPM Sr. Consultant Job Description:  A leader in cloud-based (SaaS) financial applications for budgeting, planning, consolidation, reporting, and analytics for enterprise performance management (EPM), is seeking a Sr. Implementation Consultant for product deployment/implementations for new customers. The client More...
  • Cloud EPM Solutions Architect Job – Los Angeles San Francisco New York Chicago Dallas Atlanta - A leader in cloud-based (SaaS) financial applications for budgeting, planning, consolidation, reporting, and analytics for enterprise performance management (EPM), is seeking a Solutions Architect to provide oversight on product deployment/implementations for new customers. The client is a fast-growing, private company backed by leading venture with offices around the globe. Job More...

 

 

Interesting “Tid-Bits” about Dallas, TX:

Dallas was founded in 1841 and formally incorporated as a city on February 2, 1856. The city is well known for its role in the petroleum industry, telecommunications, computer technology, banking, and transportation. It is the core of the largest inland metropolitan area in the United States. Dallas’s prominence also comes from its historical importance as a center for the oil and cotton industries, its position along numerous railroad lines, and its powerful industrial and financial tycoons.

Dallas was just another small town dotting the Texas frontier until after the American Civil War in which it was part of the Confederate States of America, and only legally became a city in 1871. The city paid the Houston and Central Texas Railroad US$5,000 to shift its route 20 miles to the west and build its north-south tracks through Dallas, rather than through Corsicana as planned. A year later, Dallas leaders could not pay the Texas and Pacific Railroad to locate there, so they devised a way to trick the Railroad. Dallas had a provision attached to a state law which required the railroad to build its tracks through Browder Springs-which turned out to be just south of Main Street. In 1873, the major north-south and east-west Texas railroad routes intersected in Dallas, thus ensuring its future as a commercial center.

By the turn of the twentieth century Dallas was the leading drug, book, jewelry, and wholesale liquor market in the Southwestern United States. It also quickly became the center of trade in cotton, grain, and even buffalo. It was the world’s leading inland cotton market, and continued to lead the world in manufacture of saddlery and cotton gin machinery. As it further entered the 20th century, Dallas transformed from an agricultural center to a focused center of banking, insurance, and other businesses.

(Source: http://www.bycitylight.com/cities/us-tx-dallas-history.php)